8 ounces of water first thing in the morning.
Small workout: 5 minute yoga exercise
Breakfast: banana pancakes!
Snack: carrots and sliced green peppers (I was busy today and never got around to eating this)
16 ounces of water by lunch
Lunch: chicken salad wrap
Snack: same as earlier
Dinner: beef tips and vegetable bake
Saturday turned out to be a busy day for me. I had a few errands to run in the morning before I headed into Nashville to drive for Lyft for a while. Just before I logged in to driver mode, I ate my messy, yet extremely delicious, chicken salad wrap. This wrap is great, but I felt like I could have probably eaten two of them. It didn’t seem filling but after a few minutes I felt satisfied and comfortably full.
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I drove for a few hours and then headed to “the studio,” Bloodworth Photography Studio, in Rivergate. My good friend, Nanette, was preparing to photograph a corporate Christmas party and I was going along to assist. It was early, about 4:30, however I quickly heated up my vegetables and beef tips and ate about half of it before it was time to leave. I took my carrots along for the ride and ended up eating them much later in the evening on the way home.
I was only hungry today because I missed my snacks and ate dinner so early. I think the amount of food would have been sufficient had I eaten it at the correct times.
I drank as much water as I could throughout the day. This is a vital part of this eating plan… Lots of water. I typically try to have water with every meal and always with me for the time in-between.